Category: Caryl Rivers

Why ’50 Shades of Grey’ Is Turnoff for Real Women

Women’s eNews By Caryl Rivers, College of Communication The first Valentine I got as a kid featured a huge red heart, a cute little white kitten and the words “Be My Valentine.” What a long way from “Fifty Shades of Grey,” the violent soft core porn flick producers saw fit to release on Valentine’s Day… View full article […]

Rolling Stone Rape Story Backlash: What The Magazine’s Missteps Mean For Journalists

International Business Times Caryl Rivers, College of Communication Rolling Stone’s high-profile story about a rape at the University of Virginia sparked a fierce debate about campus sexual assault since its publication on Nov. 19, but the magazine’s recent acknowledgement that its account was false could have significant consequences for journalism in the United States, with […]

Apple and Facebook Put the Biological Clock on Ice

Women’s eNews Co-written by Caryl Rivers, College of Communication Are Facebook’s and Apple’s new policies good for women? The two companies made headlines recently by announcing that they would pay for “egg freezing” for female employees. The procedure will allow women to preserve the viability of their eggs if they wanted to halt their “biological clock” […]